Gluten Intolerance Camp

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GIG will be running their camp during Session One in 2022. 

Generation GF Camp Scholarship Request Application: https://gluten.org/generation-gf-camp-scholarship-request/.

Kids can enroll in any in-camp program during the designated GIG week. Most other special diets can be accommodated in addition to gluten intolerance.

The Gluten Intolerance Group provides healthy gluten-free alternatives for kids who are gluten intolerant or with gluten/wheat allergies.

Staff and volunteers from the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) partner with Camp Sealth during one week of the summer to prepare gluten-free meals and snacks for kids with Celiac disease. Food is prepared in a separate, gluten-free kitchen.

Please note that the entire camp is not gluten-free; other campers attending camp at the same time will be eating food containing gluten. We do make every effort to avoid cross-contamination.

Camp Sealth provides gluten-free options during all camp sessions, however, the food prepared during the GIG session is prepared by dedicated staff in a contamination-free kitchen. If your child is highly sensitive to gluten, we recommend attending this dedicated session.

Questions?

For questions about registering for the GIG session at Camp Sealth, contact Michael McGrath at michaelm@campfireseattle.org or by phone at 206-826-8937.

For questions about food, cooking facilities, or preparation, contact Patrick Ryan at the GIG at Patrick.Ryan@gluten.org.
Financial assistance is available from the Gluten Intolerance Group!

Apply for GIG scholarships here